4 weeks ago when I was on holiday I had the sudden onset severe headache and nausea just as I was about to get on a boat to a remote Scottish island. The skipper of the boat had a blue light ambulance there within 10 mins. They found out I had a sub arachnoid haemorrage due to a 10 mm PCOm berry aneurysm that had blown.
Since I was 42 I have been having headaches, altered vision and I have gradually been going blind.my current opthalmologist has CTd me and didn't use contrast as he thought it might be a space occupying lesion. He couldn't find one on the CT ( which was antiquated) . For the last 3 years he has been treating me for borderline glaucoma and had done nothing about my gradual blindness. He just grunts at me when I see him and if I ask questions he just tells me that structurally there's nothing wrong with my eyes.
I really need some advice. Should I seek a second opinion from a neuro opthalmologist? Does anyone know whether these two conditions might be linked. If the blindness is caused by something pressing on my optic nerve is it reversible? I'm so worried and I feel like the problems getting worse and nobody is doing nothing about it?